Former fraud chief received over £420000 in “irregular payments” – New Statesman

The Sun Former fraud chief received over £420000 in “irregular payments” New Statesman Williamson – who earned an annual salary of £125,000 – unexpectedly took voluntary redundancy in April, negotiating a “special severance payment” of £15,000 and a £407,000 pension plan. Under Whitehall regulations, the pension scheme should have … Former head of the Serious Fraud Office received £422k in irregular payments The Sun Serious Fraud Office made 'irregular' £400000 payoff to chief executive The Guardian Payments to ex-SFO boss 'irregular' Evening Standard all 145 news articles »